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Oct. 29, 1946.
RR. JUST
2,410,217
SUPPORT FOR SHEER SHEARING APPARATUS
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Filed March 31, 1944
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SUPPORT FOR SHEEPSHEARING
APPARATUS
Ralph E. Just, Salem, Oreg.
Application March 31, 1944, Serial No. 529,021
3 Claims.
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_ This invention relates to new and useful im
provements in sheep shearing apparatus, the
principal object being to provide a portable out
?t adapted to be handily operated from a pick
up truck or trailer.
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Another important object of the invention is
to provide a portable sheep shearing machine
incorporating a turntable, to the end, that the
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permit longitudinal sliding action of the plat
form 9 on the rails.
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The apparatus further encompasses the turn
table'assembly I l which consists of a frame shown
in Figure 3 made up of a pair of channeled bars
I2, I12 ‘connected at a pair of its adjacent ends
by converging channeled members l3. A utility
drawer I4 is slidable into the opposite end por
tion of the frame.
apparatus can be turned to either side of the
Upon the platform 9 is a circular track l5 upon
carrier vehicle in order to meet various working 10 which grooved wheels I6, l1 and I8 carried by
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Still another important object of the invention
is to provide a portable sheep shearing apparatus
the frame l2, l3 ride.
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The wheel I8 is mounted on a short shank l9
projecting from the frame l2, l3 and this is strad
dled by a fork 20 at the lower end of a stem 2|
means for the usual ?exible shearing shafts, to
which is vertically slidable through a table top
the end that they will always be held in proper
22forming part of the turntable assembly II.
position yet out of the way of the workmen.
The stem 2| is slidably disposed through an aper
A further important object of the invention is
tured ear 23 on the merging portion of the mem
to provide an apparatus of the character de
bers l3, l3 and a coiled compression spring 24
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scribed in which a shear sharpening element
is interposed between the ear 23 and a second
operates in conjunction with the mechanism of
ear 25 on the upper portion of the same parts
the apparatus.
l3. The yoke 20 is engageable into recesses in a
Other objects and advantages of the invention
keeper plate 26 which is secured to the platform
will become apparent to the reader of the fol
25 9 (see Figure 6). The upper end of the stern 2|
lowing description.
is provided with a knob 21 whereby the detent
In the drawings
can be easily operated. It can be seen that ad
Figure 1 represents a top plan view.
ditional keeper plates 26a and 26b are provided
Figure 2 is a vertical longitudinal sectional view
so that the turntable assembly can be swung from
through the apparatus.
Figure 3 is a top plan view of the apparatus 30 the position shown in Figure 2 to either a right
or left lateral disposition.
with the table and mechanism supported thereby
The turntable assembly H has a stub shaft 28
removed, but showing the chassis structure of
depending from the table top 22 and this is dis
the table.
posed into a socket bearing 29 rising from the
Figure 4 is a fragmentary sectional view taken
platform 9.
on the line 4--4 of Figure 3.
The turntable top 22 suports a power plant 30
Figure 5 is a perspective exploded vew showing
which includes adjustable telescopic supporting
having a drive shaft 3| disposed through spaced
bearings 32, 33. This drive shaft 3| carries a
pair of pulleys 34, 35,0ver which belts 3B, 31 are
Figure 6 is a fragmentary detailed sectional 40 trained. These passing over further pulleys 38,
.view showing the detent for the table.
39, ‘respectively, ‘located on shafts 40, 4|, respec
Figure 7 is a fragmentary longitudinal sectional
tively. The ‘usual shearing shafts (?exible) are
view through the adjusting means and one of
attached to the shafts 40, 4! and are supported
by hanger assemblies generally referred to by nu
the telescoping hanger bars.
Figure 8 is a fragmentary detailed sectional
merals 42.
At this point, it can be seen that the outer end
view taken substantially on the line 8-8 of Fig
of the shaft 3| is provided with a sharpening
ure 1.
stone 43, so that the shears (not shown) can be
Referring to the drawings wherein like numer
conveniently sharpened at the site of use.
als designate like parts, it can be seen that nu
the various details employed in conjunction with
one of the shearing table supporting assemblies.
Each of the hanger assemblies 42 consists of an
elongated bar 44 formed with a plurality of open
lugs 46 adjacent its outer end and at its outer end
a depending shank 41 is provided with a longitu
allel supporting rails 8, 8.
dinal bore for receiving an eye-bolt 48, this be
Numeral 9 denotes a platform having depend
ing saddles l0 slidably embracing the rails 8 to 55 ing equipped with a nut 49. Through the eye of
eral 5 denotes the bed of a truck or trailer upon
which is a wagon'body 6 upon which parallel sup
porting bars ‘I, ‘I are located and bridged by par
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the eye-bolt is disposed the usual ?exible shear
ing cable (not shown).
While the foregoing speci?cation sets forth the
invention in speci?c terms, it is to be understood
that numerous changes in the shape, size and
materials may be resorted to without departing
from the spirit and scope of the invention as
claimed hereinafter.
Having described the invention, what is
The other end of the bar 44 is bifurcated as
at 55 to pivotally engage an ear 51 located on a
collar 52 which is adapted to be disposed onto a
riser 53 rising from a plate 54 attached to the
platform 9. A cotter key 55 prevents rising of
the collar 52.
On the bar 44 is a slidable collar 56 at the
openings 56 and this collar is formed with open
ings 5'! which are registrable with the openings
46 and the bar 44. A spring wire ring 5'!’ on the
claimed as new is:
1. In apparatus of the class described, a hori
10 zontal support, and shearer cable hanger means
comprising a pair of elongated hanger bars in
clining upwardly from said support adjacent op
posite sides thereof and having lower ends piv
bar 45 has an arm 58 provided with a depending
?nger 59 which is adapted to be inserted through
oted on said support whereby said bars are ad
registering openings 57, 46 to secure the collar 15 justable laterally and vertically into different set
56 in a de?nite position on the bar 44.
positions, and means to adjust said hanger bars
To permit adjusting of the bar 44 to different
comprising a pair of horizontal raised bars ?xed
on said support intermediate said pair of hanger
sustaining bar generally referred to by numeral
bars, a pair of extensible sustaining bars hinged
55 (see Figure 5) is provided, this consisting of 20 ly connected to said hanger bars adjacent the
a pair of telescopic tubes SI, 52, the tube 62 hav.
upper ends thereof and also hinged to said par
ing openings 63 therein to receive the ?nger 64
allel bars, a pair of brace bars pivoted tothe
of an arm 55, which projects through an open
hinged connection of the sustaining bars and also
cable hanging positions, it can be seen, that a
ing in the tube 6i and into any one of the open
ings 63.
slidably connected to said parallel bars, and
25 bridging means extending between said hinged
The upper end of the section 62' is provided
connections.
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with an apertured lug 66 which is adapted to
2. In apparatus of the class described, a hori~
match the apertured lug 67 of a brace bar 68
zontal support, and shearer cable hanger means
and through these lugs 66, 61 is disposed a bolt
comprising a pair of elongated hanger bars in
69, this bolt also passing through an eye-bolt 10, 30 clining upwardly ‘from said support adjacent op
the eye-bolt 18, in turn, passing through an ap
posite sides thereof and having lower ends piv
ertured lug ‘H on the collar 56. The eye-bolt ‘i0
oted on said support whereby said bars are ad
is provided with a nut 12. It can also be seen
justable laterally and vertically into different set
that a telescopic bridge member 73 made up of
positions, and means to adjust said hanger bars
telescopic sections l4, 15 has its outer end bi 35 comprising a pair of horizontal raised bars ?xed
furcated and perforated to span the lugs ll of
on said support intermediate said pair of hang
the collars 56 and have the eye-bolt 10 pass
er bars, a pair of extensible sustaining bars
therethrough. The section 74 has an opening
hingedly connected to said hanger bars adjacent
through which a pin or the like 76 is disposed and
the upper ends thereof and also hinged to said
this pin can be disposed through any one of the 40 parallel bars, a pair of brace bars pivotedto the
openings ‘ll located in the section 15.
hinged connection'of the sustaining bars and also
A stationary frame consisting of raised paral
slidably connected to said parallel bars, and
lel bars ‘l8, 18 are disposed over the platform 9.
bridging means extending between said hinged
A tie-bolt passes through these frame members
connections and comprising telescopic sections.
'58,, '15, and has nuts 19 at its ends which serve to 45
3. In apparatus of the class described, a hori
secure hinge plates 8.!) in place. These hinge
zontal support, and shearer cable hanger means
plates being located at the inner ‘ends of the tel
comprising a pair of elongated hanger bars in
escopic sections 61. (See Figures land 5.)
clining upwardly from said-support adjacent op
The stationary frame members 18, 18 each has
posite sides thereof and having lower ends piv
a collar 89 (see Figures 1 and 5) and each col
oted on said support whereby said bars are ad“
lar 81 has an ear 82 for attachment ‘to the cor
justable laterally and vertically into different set
responding ear 83 on the aforementioned bar 63.
positions, and means to-‘adjust said hanger bars
Thus it can be seen, that the hanger assem
comprising a pair of horizontal raised bars ?xed
blies’42 by means of the detcnts 58, 65, theihinges.
on said support intermediatesaid pair of hanger
and pivotal connections, are capable of being ad- . bars, a pair of extensible sustaining bars hinged
justed to suspend shearing cables, which are
ly connected to said hanger barsyadjacent the
flexible, in any manner convenient to the work
upper ends thereof and also hinged to said paral
men.
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lel bars, a ,pair of brace bars pivoted to the
Further it can be seen, that the assembly can
hinged connections of the sustaining bars and
be rotated so as to project from one side or the 60 also slidably connected to said parallel bars, and
other of the vehicle or swung to the non-use po
bridging means extending between said hinged
sition shown in Figure 2. To project from the
rear of the vehicle, the apparatus need only be
shifted rearwardly on the rails 8, 8 to project‘
over the rear of the vehicle.
connections and comprising telescopic sections,
said hinged connections being slidable on said
hanger bars into different setpositions.
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RALPH R. JUST.
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